byArthur, Robert, 1819-1880; Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh
This material has been provided by the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh. The original may be consulted at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh Topics: Dental Caries, Dentistry, Tooth Diseases
byRipa, Louis W; United States. Bureau of Health Care Delivery and Assistance. Division of Maternal and Child Health
"Funded by U.S. Department of Health and Human Services through the Bureau of Health Care Delivery and Assistance, Division of Maternal and Child Health, as a Special Project of Regional and National Significance (SPRANS), project number MCJ-253328." Topics: Dental Caries, Pit and Fissure Sealants
Fluoride varnish as a caries remineralization and preventive agentLieutenant Commander Jonathan Stahl, DC, USN, Captain Kim E. Diefenderfer, DC, USN, and Captain N. Blaine Cook, DC, USNRationale for remineralizationDental caries is a dynamic disease process involving the cyclic demineralization and remineralization of tooth structure. A state of health exists when net mineral loss (demineralization) and net mineral gain (remineralization) remain in equilibrium. Fluoride plays a key role in the... Topics: Dental Caries, Dental Enamel, Dentin, Fluorides
Diagnosis and treatment of altered passive eruption: esthetic, restorative and hygienic concernsLieutenant Gregory L. Koontz, DC, USN and Commander Anthony J. Opilka, DC, USNIntroductionIn the military dental practice, every effort is made to address the dental needs of active duty members. However, due to deployments, training commitments, and at times a patient’s dental anxiety, esthetic issues may be left untreated. One such issue which may not be addressed until later in a patient’s... Topics: Dental Caries, Dental Plaque, Dentists, Dentition, Esthetics, Gingiva, Gingivitis
Cervical resorptionLieutenant Alexander Royzenblat, DC, USNR, Commander Patricia A. Tordik, DC, USN, and Captain Gary G. Goodell, DC, USNCervical resorption is a clinical term used to describe a relatively uncommon and aggressive form of external tooth resorption which may occur in any tooth in the permanent dentition. Characterized by its cervical location and invasive nature, this resorptive process can lead to severe loss of tooth structure. Resorption of coronal dentin and enamel often... Topics: Crowns, Dental Caries, Dental Enamel, Dentin, Dentition, Permanent, Referral and Consultation,...
byBennett, W. C. Storer, 1852-1900; London School of Dental Surgery; Royal Dental Hospital of London School of Dental Surgery. Library former owner; Guy's Hospital. Medical School former owner; King's College London
King’s College London Topics: Tumors, Dentistry, Dentistry, Operative, Pathology, Oral, Lips, Mouth, Teeth, Dental caries
;Contents: Parathyroid hormone as a possible factor in osteopetrosis; Composition and structure of streptococcal glucans as revealed by 13C nuclear magnetic resonance; Paradontopathic potential of S. mutans and A. viscosus in the rat; Bicarbonate-induced changes in sucrose-metabolizing enzymes and cellular morphology of S. mutans; Cell-mediated immunity to teeth transplanted among genetically matched monkeys; Evaluation of a selective medium-color test for streptococcus mutans; Site... Topics: DTIC Archive, NAVAL DENTAL RESEARCH INST GREAT LAKES ILL, *MEDICAL RESEARCH, *DENTISTRY, ABSTRACTS,...
A panoramic radiographic examination of 1,239 dentists attending the 115th Annual meeting of the American Dental Association was performed as part of the Health Screening Program. Analysis of the radiographs revealed that 68% of those surveyed had less than 28 natural teeth, 34% had one or more endodontically treated teeth and 25% were judged to have moderate to severe bone loss related to periodontal disease. (Author) Topics: DTIC Archive, Tsaknis,Peter J, Payne,Thomas F, Nelson,John F, Adrian,James C, ARMY INST OF DENTAL...